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CSPAN
Aug 25, 2013 11:15am EDT
and a circle at the press conferences was a woman named mlb who was the main woman writer for the new york "herald" tribune which is a leading republican newspaper. this newspaper pose to franklin. here she is writing all of these nice features about the roosevelt family in the white house, going through the red hot -- white house living quarters. she furnished things with their pieces. that sort of thing. i think franklin definitely realized that these press conferences help him reach women who were voters. he also had absolutely no objection to eleanor writing her my a column, the ones offered to write it for her. she refused. it was her thing. he talked of the column by telling the man. there were few women. sieges rates a diary. and it was what we today would consider a blog. but think how it humanize the presidency. franklin, as hard as he was, realize that. let me read you this quote from the first column, dec. 301st 1935. right about yourself and the white house. the house was full of young people. my husband had a cd andas bed having to post for his supper. i said a politeig to eve
CNN
Aug 25, 2013 3:00pm PDT
and other sports news makers with terence morris. terence is a columnist for mlb.com and sports contributor to cnn.com. you tackle sports stars who can't tell the truth. you heard that report from mike tyson. he was being brutally honest, but at some point was telling he is not telling the truth. what is your reaction? >> you know what, don? i was there back in 1997 at ringside in las vegas when mike tyson bit, not only one ear of evander holyfield but both years. we knew he was off. are you surprised? i'm not surprised. this is what we would expect from mike tyson and probably more. >> as someone who has dealt with addiction in the family, i wish him well. that's the first step though is admitting. >> yeah, no question about it. >> all right. we wish him well. mike is a friend of the show. i've interviewed him a couple of times. mike, call in if you want to talk about this. l.a. dodgers are on fire. a year ago today they traded for some of boston's highest-paid players. didn't seem to appear to be a smart move but since the all-star break, they've gotten 29-6 and they've stormed onto first
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